How to Book Your Private Jet to Davos for the World Economic Forum

The annual World Economic Forum will take place in the Davos Congress Centre, Switzerland, from January 16-20, 2023.

Over 2,500 world leaders from the public and private sectors convene to address some of the world’s biggest challenges. Topics on the agenda this year include the rise and positive application of Artificial Intelligence (AI), the evolving role of technology in society, and environmental programs for global sustainability.

The ski resort of Davos Klosters bustles during this time of year, and jet services are in high demand. Those planning a trip to Davos are advised to book their flights as soon as possible.

While the WEF agenda will be packed with essential discussions and private events, those travelling to Davos can extend their stay to enjoy everything the resort offers.

Those hoping to unwind from busy meeting schedules will appreciate the many spas available at the five-star hotels of Davos or try the «Eau-là-là-là» wellness and adventure bath, located next to the congress centre.

World Economic entry sign
Access easily to the WEF with LunaJets

Davos prides itself on pioneering winter sports in the Alps, starting in the early 20th century, and boasts the most comprehensive holiday, sports, and meeting facilities in the mountains. For an exhilarating workout, take advantage of the Cross-Country Ski Centre Dario Cologna and try cross-country skiing on the Heart Trail with a stop at the Après-Nordic Lounge.

For a cultural break, visit the Kirchner Museum Davos. The Expressionist artist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner spent the last 20 years of his life in Davos, and visitors can appreciate his art at the very place it was created.

Visitors will enjoy the contrast between urban Davos and historic Klosters, only ten minutes away. The Klosters monastery hospital was built from 1208-1222, and the Romanesque tower remains.

The lake, natural springs and fresh air of this idyllic Alpine destination are long treasured for their health properties. In defence of its natural beauty, the resort has launched a sustainability project, “Davos 2030,” which aims toward climate-neutral and sustainable functions.

The closest airport is Samedan at St. Moritz, though weather conditions and elevation can sometimes complicate flight plans. Other nearby airports and airstrips, including Zurich, may offer better conditions. Groups travelling together can charter a larger jet for more sustainable flight plans. While there is no dedicated airport in Davos, there are heliports. Attendees can book flights to nearby airports and then connect directly to a helicopter, significantly reducing the travel time to Davos. A LunaJets advisor can help coordinate the ideal flight plans for your needs.

The runway of the Samedan Airport
Lunajets can organize your transfer from Samedan airport to Davos